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32" Samsung 1080p 60Hz 4ms FHD LCD Curved Monitor

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Walmart.com has 32" Samsung LC32F39MFUNXZA 1920x1080 60Hz 4ms FHD LCD Curved Monitor w/ Speakers on sale for $149.99. Shipping is free. Thanks bud22

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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms GTG
  • Contrast Ratio: 3,000:1
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Headphone Port
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Samsung 32" Curved 1920x1080 HDMI 60hz 4ms FHD LCD Monitor LC32F39MFUNXZA (Speakers Included)
SamsungModel: LC32F39MFUNXZA

Walmart # 576554438
Average rating:4.6out of5stars, based on113reviews113 reviews
$149.99$149.99 WAS $249.99

lower than black friday deal Smilie

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Samsun.../374473324
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Many has said in previous post of this deal that the screen is big for this resolution. I've seen this in person and I agree, it looks like the screen is 720p being close up to it as it is used as a monitor. I've seen the 4k screen for $50 more in costco and it does look better. If you use a monitor at 27in or bigger, 1080p will most likely be underwhelming.
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I use my Dell 32" from Costco every day at work for 8-12 hours straight and have no issues. You can't see the pixels, even from 24" away. Unlike a 32" TV I use at home which shows every dot.
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Many has said in previous post of this deal that the screen is big for this resolution. I've seen this in person and I agree, it looks like the screen is 720p being close up to it as it is used as a monitor. I've seen the 4k screen for $50 more in costco and it does look better. If you use a monitor at 27in or bigger, 1080p will most likely be underwhelming.
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It's a good price, yes. The use is really what will determine if it's a good deal.

I wouldn't recommend this for a computer monitor. Sitting so close to a screen that size at 1080p, the quality of the image will be so so. If this is being used for watching TV or playing console games from a few feet away, yes! Solid deal!
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Can anyone tell how much it weighs? My monitor arm mount says it can support up to 22 lbs but I cannot seem to find that info on the page. Tia!
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I am not a expert... The resolution may be a bit low for 32 inch.
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I use my Dell 32" from Costco every day at work for 8-12 hours straight and have no issues. You can't see the pixels, even from 24" away. Unlike a 32" TV I use at home which shows every dot.
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Lol. I used to have a 65" to at 480i and it was perfectly fine. You people that seem to think that only infinite pixel density at rock bottom bargain prices is acceptable to your precious little eyeballs are hilarious. I can't wait for 8k on my phone!
You used the 65in as a monitor? or as a regular tv looking at it from several feet away on a couch??? because there is a big difference buddy. I also have occasional 480p on my TV when watching YouTube, and even then, I can tell you there is a big difference from 480 to 720p on a tv that big. and moving closer, you can even tell a bigger difference if you use it close up just like a monitor.
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It's a good price, yes. The use is really what will determine if it's a good deal.

I wouldn't recommend this for a computer monitor. Sitting so close to a screen that size at 1080p, the quality of the image will be so so. If this is being used for watching TV or playing console games from a few feet away, yes! Solid deal!
I agree as well. If used a few feet away, it should be ok. As monitor sitting just an arm length away, those pixels will show up.
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would this be better for just media usage or this one https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc.../?sort=new
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I use my Dell 32" from Costco every day at work for 8-12 hours straight and have no issues. You can't see the pixels, even from 24" away. Unlike a 32" TV I use at home which shows every dot.
Is the Dell 4K? Which monitor and how much?
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Flashback to Ross Perot..😃
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